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3 Legal/Debt Collection Terms Explained

1) County Court Judgment (CCJ.) – A CCJ is a legal document that is obtained against the debtor after legal action has been taken. This document enables enforcement to be carried out.

2) Sheriff Fee. – A Sheriff Fee is an enforcement fee taken by a Bailiff, following a Judgement to obtain goods to the value of the Judgment debt.

3) Affidavit. – An Affidavit of Service is carried out in court and under oath. The Server of legal process testifies their service.

 

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